Editorial

The Pan-Amazonian Synod

Despite stinging criticism by bystanders from both extremes of the ideological spectrum, the Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazonian Region concluded with a final document that substantially trudged along the path of its original theme: “Amazonia: Pathways for the Church and for An Integral Ecology.”

Faith and ideology

There is a need to distinguish the faith from the many human ideologies that can be inspired by faith.

Go after the ‘ninja cops’

The existence of the so-called “ninja cops” is the issue. This has been side tracked by the investigation whether PNP chief Oscar Albayalde Jr. had been involved in them or not.

We are in a post-truth era?

Some social experts are saying that we are now living in what they term as “post-truth era.”

Rehabilitation or revenge

The supposed release of Mayor Antonio Sanchez of Calauan on August 20 has kept the news hot on the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law in particular and on the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor)

Season of creation

One of the most welcome observances of the new millennium is the annual celebration of the World Day of Prayer for Creation.

Parents are our first teachers

There’s no denying about it. No matter how much we try, we can never thank our parents enough. Through them and through their love, we come into being.

Stifling the truth is retrogressive

Of course, the same problems plaguing the country today are the very same hitches that Filipinos have been bearing since decades ago. 

The pro-choice position

We have to be familiar with the so-called pro-choice position that is now becoming the prevalent ideology affecting many countries and especially the young ones, the so-called millennials.

Human justice should bow to divine charity

For the simple reason that our human justice can never cope with all the demands and requirements of divine charity as shown by Christ in his passion, death and resurrection, our human justice should bow to divine charity.